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Ayotzinapa

November 19, 2014

Last week I posted this to my instagram, made sense to share it here:

I spent the day harvesting in the field but constantly thinking about the students and families of the 43 disappeared, in #Guerrerro, #Mexico. On the streets citizens have been displaying their of mistrust and demands of the Mx government. Regional politicians and police have been implicated and some have resigned. Many still demand justice and an end to the corruption and deaths rampant in Mexico the last few years. Since I’ve been busy in the field with no other way to illustrate my thoughts I decided to work with what was on hand, veggies. Families are making the simple demand of “where are they” and they demand hard evidence that they have been murdered. My thoughts and solidarity go out to everyone in struggle, to the families for the disappearance of their loved ones and to those individuals who’s fate we will learn of. #Ayotzinapa

Check out this recent story of Ayotzinapa on Democracy Now!


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